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Iroquois School Stands Behind Student in Cancer Fundraiser

A Bald for Bucks event at Iroquois Central has raised almost $14,000 to go to Roswell Park Cancer Institute. About a quarter of that was collected through the efforts of a teacher spreading the word.

Delayed Payment to Wales Employee Continues Friction on Board
Posted: April 20, 2017

A voucher to the Wales Town Board was tabled after a councilman challenged how it was submitted and wanted it addressed. Some feel it is an ongoing dispute between personalities in the town government.  

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Continuing the Push to Challenge National Fuel
Posted: April 20, 2017

East Aurora resident Jennifer Marmion continued her efforts in asking local municipalities to stay on top of National Fuel following a gas leak from February. She asked the elected officials to make sure the energy company was truthful in its responses and that there were plans in place should there be future problems.

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Marilla Intersection Will Get Safety Review
Posted: April 20, 2017

New York State Department of Transportation and the Erie County Highway Department have agreed to conduct a traffic study in Marilla. When weather permits, the traffic study will take place at the intersection of Two Rod and Bullis roads.

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Behavioral Health Clinic Offers Services to Iroquois
Posted: April 20, 2017

Gateway Longview would like to include Iroquois Central as one of its more than 30 satellite locations beginning in the fall of 2017, pending the district’s approval.

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Two Political Newcomers Seek Office in Marilla
Posted: April 20, 2017

The Marilla Republican Committee endorsed two new candidates to run in the 2017 election. Bonnie Waterman and Jason Weiss will each try to win a four-year-term on the Marilla Town Board.

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Three Fires in Two Months at One Village Intersection

Major downtown fires were not unusual in small communities a century ago, but three major blazes within only two months at one intersection in early 1917 tested the limits of East Aurora’s volunteer firefighters.

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